Calling all artists!
The Indianapolis Airport, in partnership with the Arts Council of Indianapolis, is seeking artists’ and arts organizations’ proposals for temporary Bicentennial themed exhibitions. These proposals must be aligned with the theme of the bicentennial celebration of history, civic pride, innovation, or legacy. Scheduled projects will be submitted for endorsement by the Bicentennial Commission. The deadline for this project has been extended to January 31st.Learn more
Three New Art Exhibitions for Fall, Winter
In partnership with the Arts Council of Indianapolis, the Indianapolis International Airport recently put three new art exhibits on display for visitors to enjoy this fall and winter. These exhibitions give viewers a glimpse into each artist’s unique life journey. Tom Duffy and Keith “Wildstyle” Paschall each have a series of photographs on display in the Ticketing Hall. Artist Heather Vickers has a set of detailed graphite drawings on display in Concourse B. All exhibitions are on view through March 15, 2020.
Because art and culture are such important parts of the fabric of Indianapolis, city leaders and the IAA sought a facility that was not only accessible and easy to navigate but also visually and aesthetically appealing. These visionaries determined that the new terminal would be an open, light-filled, modern and comfortable space rich in ambiance, color, texture and local expertise.
Commissioning our Permanent Collection at IND
The IAA issued a worldwide call for artists to begin the early stages of the Midfield Project, part of a 30-year airport master-planning initiative. A total of 550 artists submitted work and 37 works of art by 17 artists–eight who have Hoosier ties–were brought into the terminal, creating our permanent collection works at IND. Read about the stories behind the artworks and the artists within this collection below.
Showing Your Artwork at IND
Each quarter the IAA works with the Arts Council of Indianapolis to select a Central Indiana artist's collections to display throughout the terminal. This is our way to show passing travelers the amazing talent that is alive in Indiana. The installations reflect the diverse culture and environment of Central Indiana.
We welcome any local artists interested in displaying their artwork at IND to submit a request below. While the temporary exhibits display work from a new artist every three months, keep in mind that space is limited to the available space at IND. The IAA values cultural diversity and encourages artists and organizations of varying backgrounds and experiences to submit proposals.
For additional information on the arts program at IND or to submit your artwork for consideration please contact Katie by email or phone.Arts Council of Indianapolis